Arsenal scored three goals in eight minutes to earn a comfortable 4-1 win over Wigan Athletic, relegating the FA Cup winners and pushing the gunners back into the top four, while Manchester City beat Reading 2-0.
Wales scored twice in two minutes to come back and beat Scotland 2-1 at snowy Hampden Park in a game that saw both teams finished with ten men.
Despite a tough 2-0 win over hosts Bayern Munich and levelling the aggregate score at 3-3, Arsenal couldn't find the necessary third away goal at the Allianz Arena to keep their UEFA Champions League campaign alive.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey says the Gunners need to learn from their Round of 16 exits over the past two seasons when they face runaway Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.
Jack Wilshere believes everyone at Arsenal is hoping Theo Walcott will renew his contract and stay at the club after negotiations with the club are said to have stuttered for the England forward.
Wales fell to their third defeat in four FIFA World Cup qualifiers after being overrun 2-0 by a dominant Croatia side in Osijek.